Opener launches BlackFly fixed-wing VTOL flying car that doesn't require a license

Canadian-based aviation firm Opener Inc. has unveiled its new BlackFly single-seater aircraft, which it bills as a Personal Aerial Vehicle (PAV) and the world's first ultralight all-electric fixed-wing Vertical Take-Off and Landing (VTOL) aircraft. The fully-amphibious drop-shaped flyer with fore and aft wings sporting eight electric motors has a range of 25 mi (40 km) and a top speed of 62 mph (100 km/h)... Continue Reading Opener launches BlackFly fixed-wing VTOL flying car that doesn't require a license Category: Aircraft Tags: Aircraft Flying Cars VTOL Related Articles: Kitty Hawk autonomous flying taxi officially unveiled Uber flags future of flying taxis with flashy new concepts Lilium plans five-seater air taxi after successful unmanned flight Version 3.0 of Aeromobil flying car unveiled

Opener launches BlackFly fixed-wing VTOL flying car that doesn't require a license

Canadian-based aviation firm Opener Inc. has unveiled its new BlackFly single-seater aircraft, which it bills as a Personal Aerial Vehicle (PAV) and the world's first ultralight all-electric ...

Fri 13 Jul 18 from Gizmag

Larry Page is quietly amassing a ‘flying car’ empire

One flying car seems absurd; Larry Page has three. He started with Cora, a two-seater flying taxi, then added a sporty flying boat called Flyer, both developed by a company called ...

Thu 19 Jul 18 from The Verge

The BlackFly Is a Flying Car That Doesn’t Require a Pilot’s License

The Black Fly doesn't go very far or very fast, but it's all electric, amphibious (just in case), and you allegedly don't need a pilot's license to fly it. The post The BlackFly Is a Flying ...

Tue 17 Jul 18 from Extremetech

Opener is the latest startup to reveal plans for a personal aircraft

The race to build a "flying car" has just become more crowded. This week, the Canadian company Opener revealed its new vehicle, called BlackFly. The one-person aircraft can ...

Sat 14 Jul 18 from Engadget

Startup reveals 'BlackFly' flying car that 'anyone can pilot'

Called BlackFly, the single-seat, all-electric aircraft doesn't require the flyer to have a pilot license in order to operate it in the US, according to Palo Alto-based Opener.

Thu 12 Jul 18 from Daily Mail

Opener Officially Launches Single-Person EVTOL Personal Aerial Vehicle, BlackFly

After a solid two years of uninterrupted electric aircraft news, we're happy to announce that the first single-personal electric aircraft has arrived and electric urban mobility has taken a ...

Fri 13 Jul 18 from CleanTechnica

BlackFly 'flying car' lets you take to the skies without a pilot's license

The single-seater can be flown with a joystick or autonomously, and could be cruising the airways next year.

Thu 12 Jul 18 from Techradar

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